|Our Barns: A History of the Barns of Maine - Richard Erwin,Patti Mikkelsen|
Barn expert Don Perkins gives a talk presented by the New Gloucester Historical Society about a variety of barns to be found in Maine.
Keywords: farming; lecture; barns; construction; dairy; cattle; rural
|Traditional Shaker Cooking - Richard Erwin,Steve Brissette,Patti Mikkelsen|
Sister Frances Carr of Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village gives a talk presented by the New Gloucester Historical Society on Shaker herbs and other food products. Afterward, three other Shakers field questions from the audience on various subjects about life in the Shaker community.
Keywords: farming; people; lecture; herbs; cooking; recipes; livestock; Shakers
|Somewhere in Waldo County:Mussels - Ned Lightner|
This program gives a tour of a mussel raft that raises mussels for food, located in Penobscot Bay.
Keywords: mussels; aquaculture; Pemaquid Mussel Farm; Penobscot bay; interview; fishing; farming; natural resources; maritime history
|A Visit to Penobscot McCrum - Ned Lightner|
Interview with Jay McCrum,owner of Penobscot McCrum food processing facility in Belfast, Maine. Many potato products are produced in the plant from double stuffed to potato skins. This program gives a look inside and a tour of the facility.
Keywords: potatoes; Penobscot McCrum; factories; food; Belfast; Maine; Jay McCrum; interview; farming
|Complete Spannochia Symposium 2010 - Arthur Nichols|
Italian farmers, cooks, food conservationists and others come to Maine as part of a symposium on food, landscape, and community in Tuscany and New England.
Keywords: food; Italy; farming; farm; landscape; community; Tuscany; Spannochia; Arthur Nichols; CTN; Community Television Network; interview; education; people; conservation; natural resources